Edi­tor’s Itin­er­ary

Ninety min­utes at The Ros­son House Mu­seum.

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This fully re­stored home built in 1895 pro­vides a glimpse into the life­styles of early Phoenix fam­i­lies. Lo­cated in down­town Phoenix in what is now Her­itage Square, the Ros­son House still stands on its orig­i­nal foundation. It is named for Dr. Roland Ros­son and his wife, Flora, who were the orig­i­nal ten­ants (along with their chil­dren). Do­cen­tled tours are con­ducted Wed­nes­day through Sun­day and last ap­prox­i­mately an hour ($4-$9). Tour all ar­eas of the home, view­ing fur­ni­ture and items of the era. With any re­main­ing time, stop by the nearby Hand­crafted, a space de­signed to al­low vis­i­tors to ex­pe­ri­ence pre-elec­tric tech­nolo­gies. 113 N. Sixth St., 602.261.8063. www.her­itagesquarephx.org

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